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Are you looking to take your sports performance to the next level? 🏃‍♂️
We understand that it can be hard to know what you need to work on to build your athletic foundation and excel at your sport. That's why we developed our FREE Sports Performance Evaluation, open to everyone. Get a guide to get better—faster. 
At Parisi Speed School at HealthQuest, we provide speed and strength training specifically designed for youth athletes. Our performance-proven training will help you reach your goals and become the best athlete you can be. 
Register now for our FREE Evaluation and start your journey towards sports excellence! 💪

Our FREE Athletic Evaluation is open to everyone; you do not have to be a Parisi athlete to participate. Sign up to find out what you have to work on to get to the next level.

Saturday, April 20   

The Evaluation begins with the Parisi Active Dynamic Warm-up which takes about 15 minutes. This warm-up is a staple of the Parisi program that improves performance and reduces the chance of injury, and it is performed before every session. The ADW allows your athlete to smoothly move into the rest of the Evaluation; it also gives the Evaluator a chance to access the athlete’s current motor skills.  

After the warm-up, we assess Running Mechanics. These drills let our trained Evaluators predict where your athlete’s strength, flexibility and technical deficiencies lie. For example, common technical deficiencies are errors in arm and leg mechanics as well as head and torso position.  

Finally, the athletes go through a battery of Performance Tests which correlated directly with athletic success.  

The 10-, 20-, and 40-yard dash - Our laser timing system times your athlete at each of these distances. According to your athlete’s score, the evaluator will know their current acceleration and speed capabilities.  

The Vertical Jump - This is a test of your athlete’s overall body power. In the Vertical Jump, the Evaluator measures the strength and speed your athlete can produce using their lower body.  

The Shuttle Drill (5/10/5) - This is a lateral agility test that measures an athlete’s ability to start, stop and change direction. We use it to learn about the athlete’s lateral movement technique.  

The 5 Broad Jump Test - The test measures the amount of force your athlete can produce in the horizontal direction into the ground. This measure is directly correlated with running speed.  

The Chin Up Test – Chin Ups are a powerful measure of relative body strength. Body strength is related to running speed and agility. 

At the end of the Evaluation the Parisi Coach will meet with the athlete and parent individually to discuss the results.

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